Caption: Harvey Miller, a recent retiree, composes at the computer.
In This Issue . . .
Retired but Still Inspired
They retired young. How are they using technology to chase their dreams?—Deborah Kendrick
Enlarging the View: ZoomText and MAGic Screen-Magnification Software, Part 2
The review of the latest screen magnifiers from the user's perspective continues with MAGic 8.02 and ZoomText 8.0—Amy Salmon and Doug Anzlovar
Conquering the Code: A Review of the BrailleMaster
How successful is this "talking pegboard" in teaching the basics of the braille code?—Ike Presley
Shaping the Future of Assistive Technology Training
Find out why Northcentral Technical College in Wausau, Wisconsin, is the place to go to become a credentialed assistive technology trainer—Amy Waldman
Web Sites That Take You Places: Accessing Travel Web Sites with Low Vision
Is traveling around the web site harder than traveling to your vacation? Check out four of the leading travel web sites—Sarah Lesko and Jim Denham
|Editor in Chief
||Jay D. Leventhal
||Paul Schroeder, Senior Editor
Mark M. Uslan
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Photo on cover: Harvey Miller, recent retiree, composes at the computer.
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